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By: Adam McManus

Farmeras Almanac: Fall & Winter 2014The temperatures for the summer months have been temperate and dry, as predicated by the Old Farmeras Almanac 2014 Edition. According to the Farmeras Almanac, it appears that the temperature in the fall will be as expected for this time of year. Unfortunately, they are predicting that the winter will be colder and slightly wetter than normal, with above-normal snowfall. 

Please see details below for the Fall and early Winter of 2014, including October, November &  December:

OCTOBER 2014: temperature 57A (1A above avg.); precip 2.5a3 (1a3 below avg.).

1-6 Showers north, sunny south; warm.

7-12 Sunny, cool.

13-23 Rain then sunny, cool.

24-28 Showers then sunny, cool.

29-31 Rainy, mild north; rain, then sunny, cool south.

NOVEMBER 2014: temperature 44A (3A above avg.); precip 3.5a3 ( avg.).;

1-2 Rainy; mild north, cool south.

3-7 Rainy north, showers south; mild.

8-11 Sunny, cold nights.

12-15 Rainy, then sunny, cold.

16-22 Scattered showers, cool.

23-30 Showers and flurries, then sunny, cold.


DECEMBER 2014: temperature 37A (2A below avg.); precip 6a3 ( 3a3 above avg.).

1-2 Heavy rain, then sunny, mild.

3-5 Heavy rain, then sunny, mild.

6-13 Rain to snow, then flurries, cold.

14-17 Heavy rain, then flurries, cold.

18-21 Stormy, rain and snow; then sunny, cold.

22-29 Rain and snow, then sunny, cold.

30-31 Snowy, cold.

Details for the winter months of 2015 will be released in the December Newsletter. The coldest periods will be in late December as well as early and mid-January. The snowiest periods will be in mid- and late December, mid-January, and early to mid-February.

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